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Capitol Security Ramps Up Ahead Of Inauguration

Video Credit: CBS 13 Sacramento - Duration: 02:37s - Published
Capitol Security Ramps Up Ahead Of Inauguration

Capitol Security Ramps Up Ahead Of Inauguration

Sacramento Mayor Darrell Steinberg issued a warning, asking everyone to steer clear of the Capitol as the city and law enforcement prepare for the worst.


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